Zomato's Feeding India join hands with Delhivery in fight against Covid-19

These donations will be used towards the cause with the food delivery firm footing the entire administrative fee, he added.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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Zomato Feeding India, the not-for-profit arm of the food delivery firm has kickstarted the “Help Save My India” endeavour today in association with logistic provider Delhivery to source oxygen concentrators and related supplies to help hospitals and families in need.

“We have already kickstarted the effort, and now need your help to raise ₹50 crores for @FeedingIndia in the next few days (hours?) to save hundreds of thousands of lives. If we raise more, we will get more oxygen,” Tweeted Deepinder Goyal, CEO & Co-Founder, Zomato yesterday.

Deepinder Goyal

These donations will be used towards the cause with the food delivery firm footing the entire administrative fee, he added.

The platform has raised about Rs 12.6 lakh so far.

Last year, under the ‘Feed The Daily wager’ endeavor, Zomato distributed 78 million meals for free to the poor who had lost access to their livelihoods.

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